6/29/1356, Peter born in Cumberland, England, heir & s/o 1477588. Sir Robert Tilliol & 1477589. Felice ?. (S) Tract Series, Issues 1-6, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 1882, P152.
4/6/1367, Peter heir to his father, became a ward of the crown.
4/26/1367, Writ for IPM of Robert Tilliol, Knight. Cumberland: Hoghton. The manor … the park … Scalby. The extent includes a castle and a park without deer. … Kirklevyngton … Eston … The manor, held jointly with Felicia his wife, who survives, of E. prince of England in right of his wife, … Ricardby. The manor, held jointly with Felicia, his wife, … Peter Tilliol, his son, aged 11 years at the feast of SS. Peter and Paul last, is his heir. (S) CIsPM.
1369, Peter’s mother died, Peter became the ward of Alice Perrers [King Edward III’s mistress]. (S) Commons in the Parl. of 1422, Roskell, 1954, P42.
1/28/1370, Writ for IPM of Felicia, late the wife of Robert Tilliol, knight. Cumberland. Kirkelevyngton … Scalby … All the above she held by the king’s gift as her dower of Robert’s lands. She died on Friday after the Assumption. 43 Edward III. Peter Tilliol, aged 13 years and in the king’s wardship, is Robert’s son and heir. (S) CIsPM.
11/18/1372, The K. appoints Peter Tiliol, Hugh de Louther, and Richard de Denton to inquire into the complaint of William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, that his men of Annandale coming by the Solway to sell their goods at Carlisle are unduly taxed by the keeper of the Solway. (S) Cal. of Doc.’s Relating to Scotland, 1887, P250.
1377, Peter, Chief forester of Ingelwood forest, Cumb.
6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, succeeded Edward III as King of England.
9/1378, Peter, of age, chosen Knight of the shire for Cumberland, along with Clement de Skelton and John de Derwentwater, receiving £17 12s for 44 days. (S) CCRs.
1379, Peter Tilliol and Clement de Skelton, knights of the shire for Cumberland
1381, Peter Tilliol and William de Hutton, knights of the shire for Cumberland. [Writ of 12/1380.] (S) CCRs.
12/1385, Peter Tilliol, knight, and Richard de Beaulieu, knights of the shire for Cumberland, reimbursed £25 12s for 64 days. (S) CCRs.
5/25/1387, “To Henry de Percy, earl of Northumberland, John de Nevyll de Raby and Peter Tiliol escheator of Northumberland.” (S) UKNA.
1387, Peter, High Sheriff of Cumberland, had to levy fines for March offenses.
5/1387, Peter, county sheriff, sent to rescue Sir Alan Heton in captivity at Chillingham castle, Northumberland. He was captured by the Scot Earl of Douglas, who had invaded Cumberland. He was released on paying a ransom. (S) Magna Britannia: V4, Cumberland, Lysons, 1816, P14.
6/12/1388, Peter the Controller of money for the repair of the fortifications at Carlisle.
1388, Peter again captured by the Scots, and again ransomed.
1390, Peter, escheator of Cumberland, accused of failing to report those who were supplying grain to the Scots. [Peter was pardoned when he appeared before the King and swore he never received the writ mandating this action.]
12/1/1390, Charter for a market and fair at Ireby, Cumberland, confirmed to Peter Tiliol, tenant of the manor. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs to 1516.
11/27/1391, Grant to James de Pykeryng, ' chivaler,' by mainprise of Westminster. Thomas de Metham, ' chivaler,' of the county of York, and Peter Tylioll, ' chivaler,' of the county of Cumberland, of the keeping of all the lands in the counties of York, Cumberland and Westmoreland late of Christopher de Moryceby, 'chivaler,' tenant of the king in chief, to hold the same, with the issues thereof, from the time of Christopher's death until the lawful age of Christopher, his son and heir, together with the marriage of the said heir. (S) CFRs.
10/31/1392, “Debtor: William Raymes. Creditor: Peter Tillioll, knight [held Heugh and Stamfordham, Tyndale Ward, Northumberland] Amount: 22m. (S) UKNA.
11/1392, Peter de Tilliol escheater for Cumberland. (S) CCRs.
1393, Peter Tilliol and John de Louthre, knights of the shire for Cumberland.
9/1397, Peter a MP for Cumberland.
1398, Peter, and his brother Geoffrey, appointed with others to arbitrate international disputes with the Scots.
6/1399, Peter Tilliol accompanied Richard II to Ireland. He entrusted his affairs to his cousin Robert Lowther, son of his paternal aunt Maud.
9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England.
9/1403, Petter on a commission of array in Cumberland.
1410, Peter a MP for Cumberland.
2/5/1411, Peter Tilliol holding the lands of minor Richard de Kirkbryde, who completed his proof of age. (S) CIsPM.
3/20/1413, Henry V succeeded Henry IV as King of England.
1413, Peter Tilliol and William Beauliau, knights of the shire for Cumberland.
1417, Peter Tilliol and Robert Louther, knights of the shire for Cumberland. [Cousins]
1413, Peter of Scaleby Castle married Hayton ?.
1416, Sir John Colville made Sir Peter Tilliol his trustee [while serving in France.]
1418, Sir Robert Lowther and Sir Peter de Tilliol, Knights of the Shire for Cumberland.
1420, Peter Tilliol and Thomas de la More, knights of the shire for Cumberland.
1422, Sir Peter Tilliol was the member of parliament with the longest attendance record, which included 10 parliaments. (S) Commons in the Parl. of 1422, Roskell, 1954, P42.
1426, Peter a M.P. for Cumberland.
1427, Peter and other knights commission to look into malefactors who broke the banks of the water course at Blackhall, diverting water from ‘le Castlemylne’ which was a grounding mill.
1432, Indenture made at Carlisle between Hubert del Legh son of William del Legh Knight of the one part and Peter Tillioll Knight of the other part. Of a mortgage to the said Peter of all the lands and tenements of the said Hubert in the City of Carlisle together with a yearly rent etc. (S) UKNA.
1433-34, Peter Tilliol, kt, with George Neville, kt, members of the assize commission for Cumberland. (S) UKNA.
1/2/1435, Peter died seised of the manors of Hayton and Torpenhow and a close called ‘Torpenhow park’ held as of the manor of Papcastle. [The last of his ancient family.] (S) UKNA, IPM. [His heir his son Robert, age 30 and more, an incurable lunatic: ‘qui quidem Robertus omnimodo est fatuus ideotus et fatuetate detenius’.]
(S) Tract Series, Issues 1-6, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 1882, P152. (S) The Baronetage of England: or The Hist. of the English Baronets, V5, Betham, 1805, P22. (S) The Ancestor, 1903, P96ff. (S) Hist of Parl., Roskell, 1993. (S) Hist. and Antiq. of Westmorland, V2, Nicolson, 1777, P576.
Children of Peter and Hayton:
i. Robert de Tilliol, born ~1405 in England.
A “lunatic”, Robert died in 1436 after his father.
5/2/1436, Order to the escheator in the county of Cumberland to take the fealty of John Colvell, who has taken to wife Isabel one of the sisters and hirs of Robert Tillioll the son and heir of Peter Tillioll knight, … which are in the king's hands by the death of Peter and by reason of the imbecility and idiocy and minority of the said Robert (who lately died a minor in the king's ward), and cause Christopher Moresby knight and Margaret his wife, the other sister and heir of Robert, and the said John and Isabel, to have full seisin … (S) CFRs.
ii. Isabel de Tilliol, born ? in England.
Isable, of Hayton and Scaleby, married John Covill.
5/8/1436, John Colvell, husband of Isabel, sister and co-heir of Robert, son of Peter Tilliol, did homage for the manor of Hayton. (S) UKNA.
1439, Isabel died.
iii. Margaret de Tilliol (369397), born ~1410 in England.